After cutting his teeth on campaigns for Nike and music videos for Mumford and Sons, Jamie Cullum and Alex Clare, director Ian Bonhôte has moved into the conceptual, with an ambiguous and striking new film that blends the borders between art, dance and fashion.

Exploring the relationship between music and movement, Untitled 1 features a quartet of dancers whose choreography looks almost liquid as windblown silk envelopes them. Paired with a resilient soundtrack, it leaves us feeling overwhelmed at this representation of fashion and dance as religious experiences.

Before he and fellow producers Thomas Benski and Marisa Clifford co-founded the production company Pulse Films—who were responsible for music videos for the likes of Miike Snow, Laura Marling and The XX—Ian was working in London’s underground club scene, experimenting with projectors and pioneering “the revival of the VJ culture.” He’s back above ground now, though, a move we can fully appreciate each time we turn on the TV.